Resources - UK

Much will be globally applicable

National Cyber Security Centre(NCSC): Offers guidance and additional links on a host of work-at-home related issues, including determining what additional software employees may need, how to secure access to the company network, how to manage mobile devices, and setting up multi-factor authentication: NCSC issues guidance as home working increases in response to COVID-19

City of London Police: CoLP Cyber Griffin team have produced a series of videos showing how to keep you and your family safe online.
Each of the six videos contain practical hints and tips and cover a range of topics, including passwords, phishing, vishing and multi-factor authentication. YouTube

NCSC have released additional guidance - Cyber Aware is the UK government’s advice on how to stay secure online during coronavirus, including a new Suspicious Email Reporting Service (SERS) report@phishing.gov.uk
https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/cyberaware/home

And a blog on safe use of video conferencing facilities, with associated links within: https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/blog-post/video-conferencing-new-guidance-for-individuals-and-for-organisations

They also have an online cyber awareness online training course, more information here: https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/blog-post/ncsc-cyber-security-training-for-staff-now-available

ICO Data Protection and Coronavirus Information Hub - to help individuals and organisations navigate data protection during this unprecedented time:
https://ico.org.uk/global/data-protection-and-coronavirus-information-hub/

City of London Police: CoLP Cyber Griffin team usually provide regular in person ‘Baseline Briefings’ for small businesses based in the City of London. They are currently available for anyone to attend online instead: https://cybergriffin.police.uk/events

The Cyber Helpline is a not for profit organisation set up to help UK victims of cybercrime. This website provides a series of useful recovery guides and services should you be concerned about any cyber related incident - it is a good idea to familarise yourself with their services in advance in case you are in the unfortunate position of needing to use them: https://www.thecyberhelpline.com/

The Metropolitan Police have a great collection of ‘little guides’ to explain and and improve your online actions:
Short informative videos on: Better Passwords, Phishing, Updates, Protecting your Online ID, Safe Use of WiFi, Computer Services Fraud, Payment Fraud, Romance Fraud, Impersonation Fraud…
Easy to read leaflets/books on Scams, Cyber Scams, Cyber Advice and Phone Scams which are downloadable as PDFs:
https://www.met.police.uk/littlemedia